Children’s Museum of Indianapolis to Offer Flu Shots

INDIANAPOLIS — Health professionals are asking families to get the flu shot to help protect people from possibly getting the flu, and to help hospitals and doctors offices from being overcrowded during the pandemic. The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is trying to lend a helping hand by partnering with Riley Children’s at Indiana University Health and offering families free flu shots while hanging out at the museum. On Thursday, Oct. 1 between 4-8 p.m., flu shots will be given to the first 500 people who pay a visit to the museum.


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